March 2019 / 1 posts found

Eccentric Biceps Is The Devil For A Throwing Athlete

by Randy Sullivan
in blog
It seems that anytime a throwing athlete complains of anterior shoulder pain, medical professionals diagnose him with “biceps tendinitis.” Meanwhile, it’s common for some in the baseball world to view pain in the belly of the biceps as innocuous. Historically, the role of the biceps in throwing has been misunderstood, misinterpreted, and misapplied. Let’s try and clear things up. Eccentric biceps is the devil for a throwing athlete.  An overactive biceps muscle can be a…